Automotive Tire Technician inspect, install, repair, and replace tires on various types of vehicles. An Automotive Tire technician’s duties involve installing new tires on vehicles, repairing or replacing damaged tires, performing routine maintenance of balancing and rotating tires. Many Automotive Tire technicians work for auto mechanic shops, dealerships, and heavy equipment company’s.
We are actively hiring for a skilled and professional Automotive Tire Technician to join our company. This position will require you to perform collision repairs, restoration and modifications, and weather damage. As our company’s Automotive Tire technician, you will be responsible for the inspection of tires on vehicles and determine the requirements for new tire installation, repairs, and replacements. You will also be required to perform routine tire maintenance of balancing and rotation.
Our company is looking for a team player with a great work ethic and the right attitude. To ensure success as our Automotive Tire Technician, you will need to have excellent problem-solving skills, great communication skills, and have an eye for detail.
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A high school diploma or GED is the minimum requirement to start an occupation as an Automotive Tire Technician. Some employers may require their tire technicians to have receive certification courses in tire technology.
Based on the job and the experience, the range will vary quite a bit. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median income for Automotive Tire Technicians as of 2018 is $13.41/hour or $27, 890 a year.
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